Definitions

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  • adj. having a silver-colored body

Etymologies

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Examples

  • While he was operating I had fixed up my most useful portmanteau-rod with its fly-fishing tops, and with a sea-trout collar, and a small, silver-bodied salmon fly cast over the open spaces.

    Lines in Pleasant Places Being the Aftermath of an Old Angler

  • Word was now sent to the Emperor that Padmani would be delivered to him, and seven hundred covered litters were prepared to convey her and her ladies to Delhi, but each litter was borne by six armed bearers, and contained no "silver-bodied damsels with musky tresses," but only steel-clad warriors, who, upon arrival in the Moslem camp, sprang from their concealment as surprisingly as Pallas from the head of Zeus.

    A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil

  • From this dangled a single silver-bodied fly, glittering in the wind.

    The Younger Set

  • The silver-bodied black-accented GZ-HM1 doesn't have the slick noir vibe of Canon's top models such as the Vixia HF S21 but it doesn't have the bubble-gum look of low-priced videomakers either.

    Digital Trends

  • Sweep Panorama is really what places this digicam apart from the hundreds of compact, silver-bodied models available.

    Imaging Resource News Page

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